Nora Volkow

National Institutes of Health

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Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health

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The Centers for Disease Control have spent $50 million a year to persuade Americana teenagers to stop smoking. It appears to be money well spent.

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The Centers for Disease Control have spent $50 million a year to persuade Americana teenagers to stop smoking. It appears to be money well spent.

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